Arabic through drama
You don’t need to be good at either Arabic or drama to take part in an Arabic through drama course at Sharek centre, London. We had a great time planning, rehearsing, and performing the beginning of this traditional Juha story and for me it was a nice opportunity to build up a bank of useful chunks of language in Arabic – even though I couldn’t quite remember my lines when we recorded it 🙂
On this course the teacher will share some drama activities like mime, simple improvisation activities, and working with sketches and scripts to help you use Arabic naturally and meaningfully, and above all to help it to stick in your heads.
Does anyone else have any experiences of learning a language through drama? Please share your experiences with a comment below.
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